DeBakey

De·Ba·key

(dĕ-bā'kē),
Michael Ellis, 20th-century U.S. heart surgeon. See: DeBakey classification, DeBakey forceps.

DeBakey

an illustrious American cardiovascular surgeon.

DeBakey bulldog clamps
surgical instruments designed for temporary occlusion of large blood vessels.
DeBakey tissue forceps
delicate surgical thumb forceps with longitudinal ribs, designed for delicate, nontraumatic vascular surgery.
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The pump is the fifth generation of the so-called DeBakey Heart developed by the late US cardiac surgeon Michael DeBakey in the 1990s.
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The late DeBakey, a heart surgeon, and Gotto (medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College) present a revised and updated guide to common conditions affecting the heart and circulatory system to help healthy people and heart patients improve their cardiovascular health.
Debakey VA Medical Center, Houston, Tex; (4) Department of Pathology, Michael E.
The DeBakey VAD was first developed in the 1990s in cooperation with NASA by Professor Michael DeBakey, the renowned American cardiac surgeon at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, who died in 2008 at the age of 99.
For Agnes Bell, DeBakey High School Principal, Skoolee Tools will be the front line administration and communication system to manage relations among all school stakeholders.
Jonathan Drummond-Webb, the heart team at Arkansas Children's Hospital performed the world's first successful heart transplant on a child--a 14-year-old Cabot boy--who first had a miniaturized heart pump known as the DeBakey VAD Child, a ventricular assist device.
DeBakey is now 99 and still affiliated with Baylor Medical College in Houston, TX; Dr.
DeBakey Last Wednesday April 23, Dr Michael DeBakey received the Congressional Gold Medal from President George W.
She and her coinvestigators at the Methodist DeBakey Heart Center, Houston, therefore randomized 55 heavy smokers with CAD and a quantified 10% or greater stress-induced myocardial defect by single-photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT) to receive either 21-mg nicotine patches or placebo while continuing to smoke.
DeBakey students are required to complete a minimum of 100 volunteer hours before graduation, and such activities help build character and social responsibility awareness.